1894


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In Northern England:

  • 1894: Middlesbrough FC are champions of the Northern Football League in the 1893–94 season.
  • 18th May 1894: The Reading Room in Ovingham was officially opened  by Mrs E Bigge.
  • 2nd August 1894: Launch of the Turbinia, the world's first steam turbine-powered steamship.
  • 12th September 1894: the Rutherford Memorial Fountain unveiled by Joseph Cowen in Newcastle.
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041318:Dean Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1894

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058021:Gallowgate Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1894

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046909:Soap House Lane Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1894

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046904:Market Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1894

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045536:Castle Garth Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1894

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008905:Benwell (High Cross) Cottages Benwell Unknown 1894

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004027c:Barrack Square Spital Tongues Unknown 1894

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004027b:Barrack Square Spital Tongues Unknown 1894

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004027a:Barrack Square Spital Tongues Unknown 1894

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044498: The Turbinia

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062637: Chih Yuan Chinese cruiser

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055599:Dean Street railway bridge Unknown c.1894

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004372:Castle Garth Newcastle upon Tyne 1894

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Atlas Chambers

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Bigg Market Drinking Fountain

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Pilgrim Street

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029148:St. Mary's R.C. Cathedral Clayton Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown pre 1894

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Newcastle Walk: Rutherford Memorial, with 28 Bigg Market behind

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Trinity Methodist Church, Barnard Castle
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Trinity Methodist Church, Barnard Castle
- Overview Map Street View Methodist church and attached Sunday School built in 1894 by Marley &amp; Woodhouse. It is located at the end of Flatts Road at the junction with ...
Rutherford Memorial Fountain, Bigg Market
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Rutherford Memorial Fountain, Bigg Market
- Overview Map Street View The distinctive red sandstone drinking fountain is located at the top of the Bigg Market in Newcastle. It was built by the Band of Hope Union ...
Turbinia
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Turbinia
- Overview About the Turbinia The Turbinia was the first steam turbine-powered steamship, which was launched on the 2nd August, 1894. The experimental ship was designed by&nbsp;Charles Algernon Parsons, who had ...
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JOHN ROBINSON (1894), ILLUSTRATED HANDBOOK TO THE RIVERS Tyne , Blyth, & Wansbeck etc.
- JOHN ROBINSON (1894), ILLUSTRATED HANDBOOK TO THE RIVERS Tyne ,Blyth,& Wansbeck; ALSO A GUIDE TO TYNEMOUTH, CULLERCOATS, WHITLEY, MONKSEATON, ST. MARY'S ISLE, HARTLEY, SEATON DELAVAL, BLYTH, NEWBIGGIN, WITH THE ...

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Y.M.C.A. Amateur Athletics Club

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Reading Room (Village Hall), Ovingham
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Reading Room (Village Hall), Ovingham
- Overview Map Street View The Reading Room is the village hall in Ovingham, located on West Road. It was officially opened on the 18th of May 1894, by Mrs E ...
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Social questions in the orient : great mass meeting (under the auspices of the Anti-Opium Urgency Committee, the Christian Union for the Severance of the Connection of the British Empire with the Opium Trade, and the World's W.C.T.U.) in the Central Hall, Newcastle-0n-Tyne, Friday evening, November 23rd, 1894.
- Image from the Wellcome Collection, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY 4.0). "Card / ticket / invitation for a rally chaired by alderman W.D. Stephens featuring Elizabeth Andrew ...

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